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Step Up Your Skincare Game This Fall

Step Up Your Skincare Game This Fall

Fall isn’t just about layering outfits, Black Friday, or pumpkin spice; it’s also the time for us to prepare for the imminent chilly weather. If summer has left your skin a little worse for the wear or exhausted, we’re just in time to save it. Take the new season as a time for repairing and restarting your skin. After all, we still have a few warm days left to get last-minute complexion savers.


Compared to fashion, skincare is a much easier transition than you think. You’ll only need a few adjustments that are mainly geared towards ingredients and formulation. Luckily for you, Stein Mart carries a range of skincare goodies that may help you with your skin woes. In addition to providing you with beautiful fall pieces for your wardrobe, we’re here to give you your best skin yet with the products we have.


1. Start deep cleansing

According to dermatologists, our skin goes through a cycle of shedding and renewal every 28 days, and it gets more intense with seasonal changes. If you’ve favored lightweight cleansers for spring and summer, it’s time to lather up with a more active cleanser for fall. Look for products infused with cell-boosting ingredients like niacinamide and hyaluronic acid, both of which attract more moisture into your skin.


Also, if you haven’t tried double cleansing yet, now’s a perfect time. Start with a balm or oil-based cleanser first to get rid of any excess makeup. Then, proceed with a regular cleanser as usual. You can book a facial for a more professional approach to deep cleansing. But with these hardworking cleansers, we doubt you’ll feel the need to splurge more than you should.


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2. Exfoliate once or twice a week

Exfoliation is a vital part of any seasonal skin routine, especially if you use a lot of skincare and beauty products. However, we’re not talking about natural exfoliators as these can be abrasive and do more harm than good. We’re talking about chemical exfoliants that gently slough away dead skin cells to make way for new ones.


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3. Treatments and serums are still on the table

Has summer left your complexion with a few unsightly marks and spots? Add vitamin C to your skincare routine this season. It helps repair any sun damage, such as dark spots and uneven skin tone. Incorporating a vitamin C-rich formula into your rotation helps improve fine lines and wrinkles, including the appearance of stressed skin. In addition to vitamin C, niacinamide is also up there with the most recommended products to try for fall. It helps build proteins in the skin and lock in moisture to prevent any environmental damage.


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4. Moisturize more, but keep it light

For fall, stick with something relatively lightweight. You need more moisture now that temperatures are dropping. Save the heavier moisturizers for winter. Instead, opt for gel- or serum-like formulas that get absorbed by the skin faster.


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5. Incorporate an eye cream

Your undereyes are usually the first to experience the impact of changing seasons. If you find your eyes feeling drier than normal or a bit puffy, it might be a sign to add an eye cream to your routine. Applying a thin layer of gel or light eye cream before bedtime can yield wonderful results for the day after. Here’s a little trick: Try putting your eye cream in the fridge for at least 10 minutes before smoothing it onto your undereye area. It will give you a cooling effect that feels refreshing and relaxing.


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6. SPF is still important

Proper sun protection is a year-round ordeal. Just because we have cloudier days for fall doesn’t give you an excuse to skimp on the SPF. Try something lightweight since you’re already incorporating heavier moisturizers and other formulas into your regimen. And in case you forgot, make sure to use sunscreen with an SPF of at least 50.


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